• How important is attendance?

    • Very important. I should always be punctual
    • It's important but it's ok to be 5-10 minutes late

    You should:

    • Make sure you turn up to work as good attendance is really important for your success - 1 out of 3 non achievers leave due to poor conduct
    • Always arrive at work 5-10 minutes early to get ready for the day
    • If you are going to be late or aren't in due to sickness or holidays, make sure you give plenty of notice
  • What should you do when someone introduces themselves?

    • Stay seated and say hello
    • Stand up, shake hands and say hello

    You should always:

    • Be respectful and friendly to your colleagues
    • Act professionally at all times - at work and during the online live training courses
    • Be polite and follow company rules
  • Your colleague asks you to help with a job, what do you do?

    • Say yes and ask what they need help with
    • Say no, sorry it's not within your role

    You should always:

    • Be helpful to your colleagues
    • Look for ways you can improve your skills and the business
    • Be positive and supportive to others
    • Be proactive. If you've finished a task, look for something else you can do to be helpful.
  • How much commitment do you need?

    • Continuous dedication to my apprenticeship will show commitment to potential employers
    • Just starting an apprenticeship will show enough commitment for future employers

    You should:

    • Complete your apprenticeship, as it shows commitment to potential employers, as well as giving you your apprenticeship qualification.
    • Make sure you listen to what is expected of you - starting an apprenticeship is a big commitment. Throughout your apprenticeship, if you feel uncertain about anything, speak to your assessor. They will talk to you and help you with anything you're worried about.
  • What should you speak to Baltic training about? Select 3 from the list.

    • Questions about training
    • Job related issues e.g. role/workload
    • A problem that your employer hasn't resolved
    • Problems you don't feel comfortable talking to a colleague about
    • Have questions about your pay
    • Booking holiday

    Speak to us at Baltic Training if you:

    • Have a question about your training
    • Have a problem that you have tried to sort out with your employer, but that hasn't been resolved
    • Have a serious problem that you don't feel comfortable talking to your employer about, such as if you feel your employer is acting inappropriately

    Speak to your employer if you:

    • Have a job related issue such as a question about your role or workload
    • Are late for work, or if you aren't going to be in work for any reason
    • Want to know anything about your pay

    How important is attendance?

    • Very important. I should always be punctual
    • It's important but it's ok to be 5-10 minutes late

    You should:

    • Make sure you turn up to work as good attendance is really important for your success - 1 out of 3 non achievers leave due to poor conduct
    • Always arrive at work 5-10 minutes early to get ready for the day
    • If you are going to be late or aren't in due to sickness or holidays, make sure you give plenty of notice

    What should you do when someone introduces themselves?

    • Stay seated and say hello
    • Stand up, shake hands and say hello

    You should always:

    • Be respectful and friendly to your colleagues
    • Act professionally at all times - at work and during the online live training courses
    • Be polite and follow company rules

    Your colleague asks you to help with a job, what do you do?

    • Say yes and ask what they need help with
    • Say no, sorry it's not within your role

    You should always:

    • Be helpful to your colleagues
    • Look for ways you can improve your skills and the business
    • Be positive and supportive to others
    • Be proactive. If you've finished a task, look for something else you can do to be helpful.

    How much commitment do you need?

    • Continuous dedication to my apprenticeship will show commitment to potential employers
    • Just starting an apprenticeship will show enough commitment for future employers

    You should:

    • Complete your apprenticeship, as it shows commitment to potential employers, as well as giving you your apprenticeship qualification.
    • Make sure you listen to what is expected of you - starting an apprenticeship is a big commitment. Throughout your apprenticeship, if you feel uncertain about anything, speak to your assessor. They will talk to you and help you with anything you're worried about.

    What should you speak to Baltic training about? Select 3 from the list.

    • Questions about training
    • Job related issues e.g. role/workload
    • A problem that your employer hasn't resolved
    • Problems you don't feel comfortable talking to a colleague about
    • Have questions about your pay
    • Booking holiday

    Speak to us at Baltic Training if you:

    • Have a question about your training
    • Have a problem that you have tried to sort out with your employer, but that hasn't been resolved
    • Have a serious problem that you don't feel comfortable talking to your employer about, such as if you feel your employer is acting inappropriately

    Speak to your employer if you:

    • Have a job related issue such as a question about your role or workload
    • Are late for work, or if you aren't going to be in work for any reason
    • Want to know anything about your pay